On Sunday, October 28th, the Boston Red Sox captured their fourth World Series title in fifteen years. The Sox blitzed their way to the finals, winning seven games and losing only two, despite facing perhaps the second and third best teams in all of baseball, the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees. What makes this Red Sox team so amazing is just how good they were. In the regular season, they had a winning percentage of 67% (108-54) which in a sport where there are 162 c
Citadel’s varsity hockey team is off to a strong start this season, 1-0-0 with a 7-1 victory over Lockview high school. The top goal scorer in the game was heartthrob Sam Legere with 3 goals, along with rookie defenceman Campbell Giffin receiving the first #armyhelmet of the season for his play during the game.
The boys hockey team ended last year with a rough quarterfinals loss in provincials, but they are ready to bounce back with a roster of many few players excited for
Brazil’s latest presidential campaign has been marked by extreme views, a divided and impoverished public and startling violence. While Brazil is no stranger to any of these, the latest developments mark a turn in the country that is worth exploring. The campaign is essentially a two person race between Jair Bolsonaro (pictured above) of the inaccurately named Social Liberal Party (SLP), and Fernando Haddad of the Workers’ Party (WP). Hddad, who is the replacement for form
CITADEL HIGH SCHOOL - On Thursday, October 4th, students were disturbed from their C block classes when a smoke bomb, purple in colour, went off in the school. Students were hastily ushered out of the building, taking the routes that they had mindlessly followed during drills. Ryan Simpson, Citpuck regular and advocate of math probes called it as it was: “this isn’t a drill,” he mumbled incoherently to himself, “this time, it’s real.” Eliza Fraser was not as sure as the forme
After a long period of convalescence, Citadel High School's premier news outlet, the Trollope Times, has started up again for the new school year. Branded by its critics as the "failing Trollope Times", it was surrounded by a miasma of doubt for the last few months. However, the smoke has cleared, and a new team has emerged from the ashes of summer 2018. The Times has increased its already massive payroll in order to include writers such as Olivia Falkenham, multi sport super